In light of her reconsideration of Sam's marriage proposal, Diane comes back to work at Cheers as she knows it's only time before Sam's will will once break down and he'll ask her to marry him again. Sam does let her work there only so that she'll see the bevy of babes he will be dating. He flaunts his next date, a romantic weekend getaway to the Cape, in her face. Despite his original date, Rhonda, canceling on him, he manages to get a replacement date, Vicki, who also ends up canceling on him once they get to the Cape because of an illness in the family. What's worse for Sam is that Diane shows up at the same inn just to rattle him. Wanting to show Diane that he is having a good time with anyone but her, he clandestinely sends Vicki off on her way by herself while hiding in his and Vicki's room supposedly with her. Diane however finds out that Vicki has been called away and does whatever she can to expose his lie without directly coming out and saying so. As Sam and Diane continue ... Written by
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Kelsey Grammer (Frasier) is only seen in this episode briefly in the opening scene, which occurs before the opening credits, but he has no speaking lines. The opening scene picks up where the previous episode left off. However, after the opening credits, when the scene resumes, Grammer is no longer around. Brenda Strong is probably best known as Sue Ellen Mischke from "Seinfeld" and Mary Alice Young from "Desperate Housewives." See more
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[at a Cape Cod inn
I'm kind of glad you're here. I've been sitting here driving myself crazy. When we used to come here, wasn't there a lobster trap out in the lobby?
Oh yeah. I guess the lobsters finally wised up and started coming in through the kitchen.